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the victory. according to cbs 51% of uncommitted voters said joe biden won the debate compared with 31% for paul ryan. connell: i was a little surprised but polls can be all over the place. the reason i was surprised -- [talking over each other] connell: i thought he appealed to the choir, people already lights and whereas those who didn't like it would reinforce things they didn't like but the uncommitted in this poll liked him. lou: you raise a very good point. the fact is had joe biden not been so over the top aggressive, disrespectful of the decorum required for that, compare as we did, his performance in 2008 with what he did last night are two different people. he was constrained, respectful, focused in 2008. what we witnessed from this vice president west night is the antithesis of everything that happened in 2008. dagen: you have to be very careful when you are debating a woman because if you have a certain age to you, you look like a chauvinist. it is a rule of politics. you have to be careful. lou: and will back up a little of my chair now. dagen: as a man how you address a w
on who won last estimate. according to a cnn poll 48 percent said ryan was the victor. a cbs poll showing 50 percent say biden one. by a larger margin. joining me now to discuss the debate, its impact, if any, former adviser, fox is political analyst and veteran campaign strategist and former reagan political director, and it is great to have you both here. but, your impression of that debate. lofty, elevated, eliminating. >> and of the above. [laughter] at the end of the day the president was missing in action. look like he was on valium. joe biden should have been on valium last night. >> thorazine. >> something. >> he obviously did what democrats needed, he went out and basically beat the daylights out of both the candidate and the candid he represented. the candid, i think his performance diminished any chance that he can tap of people taking more seriously. lou: i want to interject, talking with two leading psychologists about what they thought about what was transpiring and in the behavior, the conduct of both candid it's honesty chichen night. with other will be interesting analysi
, not vote numbers alone. he did was, you could see it in cbs poll, their panel of uncommitted voters. liz: the guys and ladies in 40 40 40-yard line. >> yes, 30% said that romneycared about people about them at the beginning of the debate, by the end it was 53, almost doubles, he made hi hims, i am not an ogre, and second he managed to say, i have a vision, my ideas here is my program, president was terrible. liz: here is the problem, we're also seeing al gore who blew a comfortable lead. >> yes, against bush, the debate. with whoever the challenger is, that was two nonincumbents, the reason it was s important for romney is he had been sohammerred. he is an upspside down favorable/untapunfavable rating. >> it left the viewers thinking. >> you saw this guy, you said, he is not -- oh my god i should look at him, look, the president still has one commanding poll aspect, which he may be on the verge of throwing away because of their desire to now redemonnize romney. he has an aproppal rating at 50%. liz: but he is attacking eploiting his own record. >> but look, the people of ipoll last ye
that claim an afghanistan to al-qaeda. gerri: cbs said that the taliban and al-qaeda have not been vanquished, basically not by a long shot, just rebuilding to come back. senator bob corker essentially said the same thing. do you believe that? they're in a rebuilding mode to attack again, and becauseewe think the job is done and that it's finished, over, we won't be prepared? >> well, i don't think anyone thinks the job is really done. i think that al-qaeda, as it existed on september 1 # -- 11, 2001, was a real terrorist cell. for the last five or six years, it's been a kind of an ideological movement. there's always the possibility that it can crop up again just through the enthusiasmmof a few local extremists. gerri: what do you make of the message sent by the administration in the way they handled the assassination of our libyan ambassador? >> it's very confusing. as i say, their case that it was this administration that killed bin laden is very strong. i really don't think they are@ trying to prove that al-qaeda has been completely eradicated. i don't think that -- i don't think that tha
. and adding insult to injury, cbs canceled the first new show of the tv season made in jersey about a jury the girl and arrogant -- they make it wasn't a good show. i looked at it for two seconds. good bye. we are a few days into earnings season. all eyes on two banks that will be reporting. big banks. sandra smith at the trade day. sandra: looking at the numbers here it is going to be interesting. set up ahead of the bank earnings tomorrow. as i show you numbers and the dow and s&p and nasdaq suffered a precipitous fall for the past several days. we have seen only a couple companies report -- most companies that have reported -- if you look at the big ones like alcoa, look at what they took after it kicked off earning season tuesday back below $9 a share. alcoa lowered its aluminum demand forecasts. this is a huge global company. commons reported lower its 2012 forecast. customers are putting off their purchases and reported mixed sales forecasts and that stock tumbling 2%. here you go. wells fargo, j. p. morgan reporting tomorrow and the numbers are expected to be pretty decent for both
without patient approval. that according to the los angeles times sources. shares of cbs down on the news that the second-largest drugstore tells fox business directly that has not been contacted by federal investigators. let's bring in the ceo of vital spring's technology. thank you for joining us. what do you make of this? they did reach a settlement for selling drugs at the wrong prices so there's a history here. >> there is a history with cvs on the medicaid side. as big as cvs is, there's always this concern that they have the ability to go out and be able to overturn without much oversight. this is worrisome if true with medicare beneficiaries who are getting charged for having prescription sort of bold out in charge by cvs to medicare but it really raises a bigger question about what has driven these companies to actually want to go out and do that. the obama administration has talked a lot about wanting to get fraud out of the system as a means for obamacare so you have to wonder what the motivation is for companies to do this. cheryl: melissa: when looking at this situation, cvs
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